Finally, it's worth pointing out that Nathan Drake will not be appearing at all in The Lost Legacy, and it's probably for the better. The game's writer, Josh Scherr said: "We're not going to touch on Nathan Drake in this, at all".
As for why Naughty Dog made a decision to bring Chloe back for another adventure, "She's an interesting character with a darker moral compass compared to Drake".
It was also revealed that the expansion will be longer than the Left Behind expansion for The Last Of Us but shorter than Uncharted 4, though it will contain the biggest levels in the series yet.
For one thing, the relationship between Chloe and Nadine takes center stage as The Lost Legacy will be tackling two protagonists instead of one.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is releasing on PlayStation 4 sometime this year. The pair is about as different as it gets according to the game's Creative Director Shaun Escayg. The Lost Legacy will tell that story in its own standalone slice of adventure, and it will do so without the help of Nathan Drake.
The developer revealed only a few small details when the project was first announced previous year, and now, we get to learn a lot more.
If that doesn't tie it up enough for you, here's Game Director Kurt Margenau.
"There are entire combat setups that you can skip, go around, or approach from any direction". One of those stealth options will be a silenced pistol, the first lethal stealth weapon in the Uncharted series.
That aside, the DLC is looking very pretty and it will be fascinating to see how Naughty Dog takes its learning from Uncharted 4's big open environments and puts that to use building an independent space from the ground up. It is slated for release both physically and digitally, but pricing and the exact release date have yet to announced, as per GameSpot.